I recently upgraded from an SSD to an NVME M.2 drive. I installed Manjaro and copied over my home directory from a Live USB using
cp -a. Sure enough when booting back up, all of my old data and config are present.
I then installed Lutris and started it up but unfortunately my games are not showing up.
I have my games installed to a separate drive (unaffected by the OS install), it’s an ext4 partition mounted at boot time in the same way I had it set up to do before. The mount name / uuid of the drive is the same as before (it is at
Is there some way I can point Lutris to my config files and pick up my games library again? I have a slow Internet connection so it would be a shame to have to reinstall these games especially when I can see the files right there on the drive!
Here is the output from
lutris -d (though the problem is immediately visible on startup so I did not need to interact with the window):
INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,069 [application.do_command_line:225]:Running Lutris 0.5.2.2 INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,069 [startup.check_driver:54]:Using NVIDIA drivers 435.21 for x86_64 INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,069 [startup.check_driver:58]:GPU: GeForce GTX 970 INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,069 [startup.check_driver:75]:GPU: 10DE:13C2 1458:3683 using nvidia drivers INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,137 [startup.check_vulkan:129]:Vulkan is supported INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:18,138 [dxvk.get_dxvk_versions:24]:Updating DXVK versions DEBUG 2019-09-19 09:16:18,292 [http.get:68]:GET https://lutris.net/api/runtime INFO 2019-09-19 09:16:27,463 [application.do_shutdown:440]:Shutting down Lutris
Many thanks in advance.